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Although Hollywood Reporter production charts begin on October 17, 1945, some filming took place as early as mid-July 1945. A mid-July 1945 Hollywood Reporter news item stated that fencing expert Ralph Faulkner worked with Fanchon on the dueling routines, but the exact nature of his contribution to the final project has not been determined. Though the New York Times review noted that the murder does not, as the title suggests, take place in the music hall but rather in an apartment next door, the murder actually occurs in an apartment above the music hall. In 1953, this film was re-edited and released under the name Midnight Melody. Vera Hruba Ralston received credit as "Vera Ralston" in the re-issue.